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Feast your eyes on these movies this April!

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The Conjuring 2
Available 8 April



The Warrens are back with another devilish case.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return in the sequel to the brilliant original. The Conjuring 2 follows the events of the Enfield Haunting in 1977, where an alleged poltergeist terrorised a family in North London.

With terrifying visions, a grumpy old man’s spirit and a demonic nun thrown in, this is an amazing horror movie. You just may want to keep the lights on.


Star Trek Beyond
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“Their continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.”

The Star Trek saga continues with this epic, produced by the brilliant J.J. Abrams. Chris Pine, Simon Pegg (who also wrote the movie) and Zoe Saldana reprise their roles from the previous movies, while Idris Elba stars as the powerful and sinister Krall, a mutated alien hell-bent on causing conflict within the galaxy and the destruction of the federation…

Finding Dory
Available 15 April


We’ve been waiting a long time for this!

It’s been over a decade since Finding Nemo thrilled us all, so we’re a little excited for the sequel. Ellen Degeneres is back as Dory, while Marlin and Nemo are also back. Forgive us for being a little nostalgic!

In this movie, it is Dory who is searching for her relatives, after a flashback reveals that she was separated from her parents as a child. Of course, Dory’s memory is a bit of a problem in trying to find them!

However, with Nemo and Marlin for company, she embarks on a journey across the ocean to find Mum and Dad. To be honest, we still remember P Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney, so we would have been happy to help out ourselves…


The Legend of Tarzan
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The legendary tale of Tarzan is given a real-life, historic twist. With an incredible cast added for good measure, this is not a movie to miss.

‘Tarzan’ is now living as John Clayton III, the Earl of Greystone (Alexander Skarsgård) with his wife Jane (Margot Robbie). However, he is soon required to return to Africa to help expose the criminal King Leopold II of Belgium.

With amazing special effects, a great story (and lots of shots of a topless Skarsgård), this is not a movie to miss. You’ve also got Christoph Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson for good measure, as if you needed persuading!


X-Men: Apocalypse
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The latest instalment of a saga that has had us gripped for nearly two decades. And it’s a humdinger.

James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence (pauses for breath), Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne AND Sophie Turner star in this epic, as the mutants of earth unite to stave off an ancient enemy.

Here, our super friends work together to try and overcome En Sabah Nur (or Apocalypse to his friends) - played by Oscar Isaac - as he seeks to conquer the world by manipulating the planet’s mutants. With huge action scenes and an outstanding cast, this is an epic sci-fi thriller you’ll love.

Sausage Party
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And now for something completely different!

Have you ever wondered what your food would be like if they had consciousness, just like us? No? Well, here’s how it would (maybe) happen…

Seth Rogen produces this hilarious comedy, with Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, James Franco and Kristen Wiig also adding their vocal talents. In this crazy cartoon world, our favourite foods worship human shoppers as gods, thinking that when they are bought, they are taken into the ‘Great Beyond’.

As we know, our plans for them are a little more sinister. With some pretty outrageous (and kinda gross) moments, we promise you will never see a movie like this again. Ever. Can the food fight back and secure their freedom forever? Or, you know, at least until they go out of date?

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I bought Sausage Party at Christmas and have still not watched it! 😄 😄


Only watched Finding Dory out of all those lot personally Smiley Tongue


It was ok, but nowhere near as good or as enjoyable as Finding Nemo IMO Smiley Happy